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  1. hook

    • IPA[hʊk]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of metal or other hard material curved or bent back at an angle, for catching hold of or hanging things on;a bent piece of metal, typically barbed and baited, for catching fish.
    • v.
      attach or fasten with a hook or hooks;bend into the shape of a hook so as to fasten around or to an object
    • noun: hook, plural noun: hooks

    • verb: hook, 3rd person present: hooks, gerund or present participle: hooking, past tense: hooked, past participle: hooked

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a piece of metal or other hard material curved or bent back at an angle, for catching hold of or hanging things on:

      a picture hook

    • 2. a bent piece of metal, typically barbed and baited, for catching fish.
    • 3. a cradle on which a telephone receiver rests.
    • 4. a thing designed to catch people's attention:

      companies are looking for a sales hook

    • 5. a catchy chorus or repeated instrumental passage in a piece of popular music:

      strong, funky vocals with a hook that gets into your head

    • 6. a curved cutting instrument, especially as used for reaping or shearing.
    • 7. a short swinging punch made with the elbow bent and rigid, especially in boxing:

      a perfectly timed right hook to the chin

    • 8. a stroke made to the on side with a horizontal or slightly upward swing of the bat at shoulder height.
    • 9. a stroke that makes the ball deviate in flight in the direction of the follow-through (from right to left for a right-handed player), typically inadvertently.
    • 10. a curved stroke in handwriting.
    • 11. an added stroke transverse to the stem in the symbol for a quaver or other note.
    • 12. a curved promontory or sand spit.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. attach or fasten with a hook or hooks:

      the truck had a red lamp hooked to its tailgate

      she tried to hook up her bra

    • 2. bend into the shape of a hook so as to fasten around or to an object:

      he hooked his thumbs in his belt

      she hooked a thread around her crochet hook

    • 3. catch with a hook:

      he hooked a 24 lb pike

    • 4. attract and hold the attention of; captivate:

      I was hooked by John's radical zeal

    • 5. steal:

      a maid hooked one of her mistress's dresses

    • 6. hit (the ball) round to the on side with a horizontal or slightly upward swing of the bat at shoulder height; hit a ball delivered by (the bowler) with such a stroke.
    • 7. strike (the ball) so that it deviates in the direction of the follow-through, typically inadvertently.
    • 8. punch one's opponent with the elbow bent and rigid:

      McKenzie switched his attack downstairs, hooking to the ribs

    • 9. use one's stick to restrain (an opponent), for which a penalty may be assessed:

      the defenceman hooked him from behind

    • 10. secure (the ball) and pass it backwards with the foot in the scrum.
    • 11. run away:

      kindly hook it—I just want you to scram

    • adj. curved like a hook:

    • a golden eagle with hooked beak

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    • adj. curved like a hook:

    • a golden eagle with hooked beak

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    • n. a connection or link, especially to mains electricity or for communications or broadcasting equipment:

    • this weather-resistant product requires no electrical hook-up and provides light for up to 180 minutes on a single charge

      a complete household computer hook-up

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    • link or be linked to electronic equipment

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    • link or be linked to electronic equipment

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    • n. a hook used for hanging a pot over a hearth or for lifting a hot pot.

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    • n. a hook with a spring allowing the entrance but preventing the escape of a cord, key ring, etc.

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    • n. a hinged metal hook at the end of a long handle, used for gripping and rolling logs.

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    • IPA[ho͝ok]

    美式

    • n.
      a piece of metal or other material, curved or bent back at an angle, for catching hold of or hanging things on:
    • a picture hook
    • v.
      attach or fasten with a hook or hooks:
    • the truck had a red lamp hooked to its tailgate

      she tried to hook up her bra

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